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-year-old pakistani girl who survived an assassination attack by the taliban. malala yousufzai moved her limbs today, according to a pakistani military spokesperson. the children in pakistan and beyond are praying for her swift recovery. she is well known for blogging about how girls should have rights in pakistan. police in pakistan arrested three more suspects in connection with tuesday's brutal attack. malala yousufzai was riding home from school when she was shot in the neck. they talked to the friends of the activist, and we have to warn you, some of the video in the story may be too graphic for some of the viewers. >> reporter: blood stain seats covered the pickup truck. malala yousufzai and her classmates rode together to get home from school. this is where malala yousufzai was sitting, police say, when gunmen shot her in the head. her friend was sitting next to her, she says, when one of the attackers stopped the truck. another came around the back, she says, gun in hand. when we saw the gun, we started screaming, she says. he asked, who is malala yousufzai? i don't think anyone
. >>> and signs of hope tonight, from malala yousufzai, the young woman targeted for assassination by the taliban, for speaking freely, tonight there is remarkable news from her hospital room. >>> and having babies, news about a choice women have been making, using science to put off motherhood. >>> good evening, with 18 days to go now until this presidential election, there was something that happened during one brief shining moment last night that a whole lot of americans would like to see more of. both candidates made fun of themselves and then went on to say nice things about each other and their families. that was last night. today, the president and governor romney went their separate ways, some campaigning, some preparation for the next and final debate on monday night, just prior to the all-out sprint to the finish. we begin our coverage tonight with our chief white house correspondent, chuck todd, good evening. >> good evening, brian, we're at the point in the campaign where every day feels like a week, every week feels like a day. well, today the president is feeling the heat, testing o
latest from nbc. >> malala yousufzai remains in critical condition in the hospital, recovering from emergency surgery to remove a bullet from her neck. a team of seven doctors is working on her case, including specialists called in from retirement. and a government plane is on stand by to carry her overseas for treatment, although she is too unstable to move. today, the chief of surgery paid a visit to her bedside, and vowed to fight terrorism no matter the costs. while malala yousufzai lies in bed, many pray for her recovery. some schools were closed in protests. many demonstrate against the taliban. the shooting has brought new focus to malala situation, the fight for education. >> there can be nothing more cowardly. her story has captured the world's attention. >> yesterday's attack reminds us of the challenge the girls face, whether it is poverty or marginalization, or even violence, just for speaking out for basic rights. >> reporter: malala yousufzai may become a combined force. they vow to attack her again if she recovers. >> they have added her father to the hit list. doctor
days after she was shot by the taliban coming home from her school, malala yousufzai is showing signs of improvement. doctors deemed her stable enough today to be taken from peshawar to islamabad. the new area, which is more equipped and has more equipment. she is not out of danger, she is still unconscious, but they are now putting her chances of survival at 70%. meanwhile, across pakistan, people continue to take to streets to condemn the taliban attack and support malala yousufzai. one demonstrator said if they kill her, ten more will come forward. >> thank you. >>> a sad update from the gulf of mexico tonight, the coast guard confirmed an oil slick there is consistent with oil from the deep water horizon well, the source of the worst oil disaster in u.s. history. experts are not sure exactly where this sheen is coming from. bp says it is most likely residual oil that was used to plug it in the past. we're told the oil does not pose a risk to the shore, but it is something we have been told before. up next here, as the broadcast continues our nbc news investigation, is the governme
, brian. malala yousufzai is in the hospital still, but still, she is inspiring the world to act. we have seen shock and outrage since the attack, thousands coming across the country to protest the taliban attack, show their support for malala yousufzai. last night, in fact, a group of clerics came together to issue a religious condemnation against the attackers, saying that what they did was not islamic, that it crossed the boundaries of islamic law, officials say they are closing in on the attackers in an overnight raid. three men were arrested, they said they were involved in the attack. but tonight, her condition can be described as satisfactory by a spokesperson. meanwhile, the world is just waiting for her to wake up. >>> amna nawaz, who continues to cover the story for us. >>> the folks who give out peace prizes awarded it to the european union for peace, democratic and human rights. and while most of official europe celebrated, most of europe was shocked. europe is in the middle of a crisis, which has hurt greece, italy and spain. portugal, just this week, they mocked the chancell
today, chance of malala, we are with you, supporting 14-year-old malala yousufzai, shot in the head on her way home from school. the taliban claims responsibility for the assassination attempt four days ago. doctors today saw signs of hope as liz palmer reports. >> reporter: rarely have pakistanis come together in such shared outrage. in a country used to both terrorist attacks and violence against women, this shooting marks a new low. and it's triggered vigils, prayers, and protests. malala was transferred into the care of pakistani military surges this week. they removed the bullet that had been fired into her head but which came to rest in her upper chest. today, though malala's on a ventilator, her doctors were trying to gauge the damage, said military spokesman asim bajwa. >> they reduced her sedation today. malala did respond to that and she did move her four limbs. >> reporter: since 2009, malala yousufzai has deified local taliban edict and campaigned for the reist girls to an education. >> if you can help us in our education, so, please, help us. >> reporter: that put her o
of the nation's busier airports. >>> and signs of hope tonight, from malala yousufzai, the young woman targeted for assassination by the taliban, for speaking freely, tonight there is remarkable news from her hospital room. >>> and having babies, news about women and having babies, with science. nightly news begins now. >>> from nbc news >> we have eight thunderstorm circled here. you want to be taking shelter. folks on the other side of -- eastern part of baltimore county -- be on the lookout in these locations. they will be on the you within the half hour. >> we can hear heavy rain. we have a meteorologist on the phone. where are you exactly and what are you experiencing? >> i am in cockeysville. i went outside and looked. i couldn;t help it. the storm is a rotating. i have not seen any final -- any funnel. i can confirm that is rotatiing. -- rotating. >> we are picking up the change in velocity. there is some wind shear. certainly dangerous. >> we have not gotten any wins just yet. i have not experienced gas higher than 10 miles an hour. it is eerily calm. i do not see that. it is not mixing
the shooting of a young teenage girl, malala yousufzai, by a taliban gunman. >> they don't want a woman, a girl like malala who knows what her rights are. who knows, you know, how to demand that, and who knows that she wants to live with dignity and respect. and i think today we are all gathered here to show our solidarity with malala. we want to tell, send a signal to all taliban that no matter what happens we will not let this country to go down like that. >> ifill: 14-year-old yousufzai had gained attention inside her country and beyond, writing and speaking out for girls' education, and against taliban atrocities. she was nominated last year for the international childrens' peace prize. she was targeted yesterday-- while in a bus, on her way home from school, in the northeastern city of mingora, in pakistan's swat valley. at a military hospital in peshawar, doctors removed a bullet from her neck. the attack drew worldwide condemnation. speaking at the state department on the first ever international day of the girl, secretary of state hillary clinton said yousufzai is a brave young woman. >
by the taliban is in england tonight where she's receiving medical treatment. 14-year-old malala yousufzai will get specialized care to help recover from the brutal taliban attack she managed to survive last week. a gunman fired on malala hitting her in the head as she rode home on the school bus. the taliban targeted the teen for promoting the ed case of girls -- education of girls. pakistani doctors say damaged bones in her skull will need to be repaired and replaced. >> we expect she will be in hospital some time, weeks, if not months. >> doctors said she was able to move her hands and legs a few days ago but will need intensive rehabilitation. >>> the captain accused of running a cruise ship into a reef causing it to capsize information court today. more than 1,000 survivors, their relatives and lawyers attended captain francesco schettino's preliminary hearing. he's accused of causing the costa concordia to capsize off the coast last january and abandoning ship. he's accused of manslaughter. 32 passengers and crew members died in that accident. the report places most of the blame on t
international series match for the nfl in london. >>> all right, we have an update for you on malala yousufzai. the pakistani girl shot by the taliban. >> she's getting important visitors. >> hey, victor and christi. malala you sufzai is receiving the best medical care she could possibly get after being shot in the head by the taliban earlier this month. she has also been reunited with her family for the first time since she was medivaced earlier this month and it was a very emotional reunion, indeed. recovering in a hospital bed malala yousufzai is surrounded by her family. this is the first video of the 15-year-old activist since she has been shot in the head by the taliban. her father who arrived from pakistan on thursday spoke about what he called her progress and the family's reunion. >> i love her and, of course, this morning, last night when we met her, there were tears in our eyes and they were out of happiness, i think. >> the attack on malala, she was returning from school has provoked widespread outrage. thousands have protested across pakistan where she has been a vocal campaigner
-year-old malala yousufzai. she remains in critical condition this morning. she became a taliban target by supporting education for girls and criticizing the militant group. the taliban says it will target her again. >>> the nationwide outbreak of deadly meningitis has spread to a dozen states. now health investigators are looking at two companies that made the tainted drug. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: a second massachusetts drugmaker is shutting down over tainted vials of steroid injections. ameridose llc is run by the same executives who operate the new england compounding center. the company that made the contaminated drugs. >> the request for a temporary suspension of operations will allow for an on sight investigation while continuing to safeguard public health. >> the centers for disease control says 13,000 doses of the drug were administered nationwide since may. 137 people have developed fungal meningitis, 12 have died. state officials want to know why the company was distributing the drugs at all outside massachusetts. governor duvall patrick says necc is only lic
. >> reporter: the latest medical bulletin on malala yousufzai's condition is she's still critical, still unconscious, and still on a ventilator and doctors removed a bullet lodged near her spine and moving her to another hospital with better critical care facilities. >> chances are for several days. fairly good chances. >> reporter: it's been two days since the taliban in pakistan tried to kill malala yousufzai. and kill her dream of equal education rights for girls. she's clinging to life. and judging from the reaction of men and women so does her dream. she was a prime target for the taliban who don't think women should have any rights. it's this kind of talk they try to silence. >> they can't stop me. i'll get my education if it's at home, school or any place. save our schools, save our pakistan. >> reporter: local pakistani officials in the swat valley where malala yousufzai lived said they offered her protection but her father refused it. the driver of the truck she had been riding in is among those under suspicion. two other girls were wounded in the attack. the shooting has been c
reports from islamabad. >> reporter: malala yousufzai is on a ventilator at the moment and she's still one sedation according to the pakistani military spokesman. she's in an army hospital. her condition is said to be stable and her surgical team says that at the moment there's no plan to move her abroad for more specialist treatment. malala yousufzai's shooting last week by taliban extremists in her home town near the afghan border has shocked the country. just 14 years old, she and two classmates also injured but less seriously were attacked after gunmen stopped their school bus. the girls say the men were specifically after malala yousufzai. it's no surprise. since 2009 defying local taliban edicts she's been a fearless campaigner for pakistani girls right to an education. unusually even some of the most conservative religious figures in pakistan have condemned the shooting. one group of clerics even issued a fatwa, specifically saying islam approves of women seeking knowledge. pakistanis of all ages and walks of life deeply shaken by this savage attack are now praying for malala yousuf
for malala yousufzai. she was shot in the head by the taliban nearly a week ago for promoting girls education and criticizing the militant group. pakistani doctors say she needs more surgery and rehabilitation. >> funeral services will be held tomorrow for arlen specter. he died yesterday following a long battle with cancer. he was 82 years old. specter was a republican turned democrat who was ousted from office. sharyl attkisson has our report. >> reporter: during most of his 30 years in the senate, arlen specter was best known as a moderate republican, serving on the powerful senate judiciary committee where he's remembered for his aggressive questioning of anita hill during the supreme court nomination for clarence thomas in 1991. he was a ranking member who quickly climbed the political ranks to become pennsylvania's longest serving senator. >> i won the election because of my attention to pennsylvania over 24 years. >> reporter: arlen specter had made a name for himself as philadelphia's district attorney gaining national attention in the '60s when he served on the warren commission whic
birmingham, england. >> reporter: british doctors released this photo of malala yousufzai 10 days after the taliban shot her in the head to assassinate her. doctors say she is out of the coma and the 15-year-old is on her feet. >> she is doing very well, in fact she was standing with some help for the first time this morning. >> reporter: doctors say malala remembers being on her school bus in pakistan then waking up in a hospital in a foreign country. >> one of the first things she asked what country is she in. >> reporter: she has some damage in her brain and she was shot from above at point-blank range. >> she was struck above the back of the left eye and the bullet went down through the side of her jaw damaging the skull. >> reporter: doctors say it will be at least a couple of weeks before they can start rebuilding malala's skull. first they have to deal with the infection from the bullet that came within inches of killing her. a group of pakistani women lit candles in birmingham to support malala and women's rights. >> those like malala live in fear every single day, afraid of the
days after she arrived in england, malala yousufzai has reunited with her family, who came in yesterday racing to the hospital under tight security. they were taken in to see her. >> last night when we met her, there were kids in our eyes, and they were out of happiness, i say, out of happiness >> reporter: when her father last saw her in pakistan, she was hanging on to life. >> in pakistan, i told my brother-in-law, that they should make preparations for a funeral, because of the situation but thankful to god >> reporter: today, he called it a miracle that malala is expected to make a full recovery. >> everywhere across the world, they condemn the attack, in strong words, and they prayed for my daughter. which is not only my daughter, which is the daughter of everybody, sister of everybody. >> reporter: doctors here continue to take malala through a series of tests to rule out any long-term injury and say so far they see no sign of brain injury. despite being treated in birmingham, the 15-year-old remains a symbol of hope back in pakistan. >> when she fell, the person who took her, the
the taliban in pakistan tried to kill malala yousufzai. and kill her dream of equal education rights for girls. she's clinging to life. and judging from the reaction of men and women so does her dream. she was a prime target for the taliban who don't think women should have any rights. it's this kind of talk they try to silence. >> they can't stop me. i'll get my education if it's at home, school or any place. save our schools, save our pakistan. >> reporter: local pakistani officials in the swat valley where malala yousufzai lived said they offered her protection but her father refused it. the driver of the truck she had been riding in is among those under suspicion. two other girls were wounded in the attack. the shooting has been condemned around the world including by the u.s. >> she was attacked and shot by extremists who don't want girls to have an education. and don't want girls to speak for themselves. and don't want girls to become leaders. >> reporter: malala yousufzai had said whenever you watch someone being oppressed raise your voice against it. now the 14-year-old girl is fightin
, england. >> reporter: british doctors released this photo of malala yousufzai ten days after the taliban put a bullet in her head and tried to assassinate her. doctors say the 15-year-old is out of a coma and on her feet. >> she's doing very well in fact. she was standing with some help for the first time this morning. >> reporter: doctors say she remembers being on her school bus in pakistan, then waking up in a hospital in a foreign country. >> one of the first things she asked to know was which country was she in. >> reporter: doctors say she has some damage to her brain and her injuries suggest she was shot from above at point- blank range. >> she was struck around here, just above the back of the left eye. and the bullet went down through the side of her jaw, damaging the skull. >> reporter: direct examination say it thereby at least -- doctors say it will be at least a couple of weeks before they can start rebuilding skull. first they have to deal with the infection from the bullet that came within inches of killing her. a group of pakistani women lit candles in birmingham to suppo
their attempts to murder a 14-year-old girl. speaking out against the brutality, malala yousufzai, they tried to kill, showing amazing courage, and eloquent last year she won pakistan's national peace award. listen to what she told cnn in 2011. >> i have rights, i have the right to education, i have the right to play, the right to sing, the right to talk, the right to go to market. the right to speak up. >> yesterday, militants stopped the van carrying malala yousufzai, they asked who she was, and they opened fire when they found out who she was. she was shot, expected to survive, taken out of the country for treatment. nobody knows the damage she has suffered. meanwhile, a taliban spokesperson took pride in the attack, and said if she survives this time, remember, she won't next time. remember this, if anybody asks questions about what right the americans had to take on the people.
far in pakistan. tens of thousands rallied today in support of malala yousufzai, who had blogged about the right of girls to get an education. >> we've seen a lot of rallies, gatherings for malala yousufzai this week. but i don't think there's any question, this one in karachi on sunday, one of the biggest yet. it's always hard to guess how many people are in these crowds. but by my estimation, there's at least 20,000 people here, maybe more. this gathering organized by the mqm, a political party that's already fiercely anti-taliban. they believe the taliban poses an immediate danger to pakistan and point to the attack on malala. messages for mahalia, saying our prayers with with you. and a banner that spans 20 football fields where demonstrators are writing get well wishes. obviously a lot of support here for this 14-year-old human rights activist. but here is what else you're seeing, intense outrage and anger aimed at the taliban. >> i want to crush the people who killed -- who tried to kill mahalia. >> reporter: you want to crush the taliban? >> of course. they should take necessary
only on cbs "this morning". >>> now to the latest in the saga of malala yousufzai. she is the 14-year-old pakistani school girl shot by the taliban for speaking out against them. this morning she's on the move. she's been flown from pakistan to britain for further treatment including more surgery and therapy. elizabeth palmer is in pakistan. elizabeth, good morning. >> reporter: goomorning. malala yousufzai has been moved twice from one pakistani military hospital to another. now she's finally being sent overseas. she was put on to a specially equipped jet early this morning and off to britain for more after care and special therapy. very little real information on how she's doing but we heard over the weekend her condition is stable and that doctors had reduced her sedation to see if they could determine how much damage has been done to her brain. we heard from a diplomat who had seen her en route to britain and they do expect her to make steady if slow progress. we've come from her home town up on the border with afghanistan. we saw the bus that she was sitting in when she was attac
to speak up. >> yesterday, militants stopped the van carrying malala yousufzai, they asked who she was, and they opened fire when they found out who she was. she was shot, expected to survive, taken out of the country for treatment. nobody knows the damage she has suffered. meanwhile, a taliban spokesperson took pride in the attack, and said if she survives this time, remember, she won't next time. remember this, if anybody asks questions about what right the americans had to take on the people. it is not right,
toward her spine. malala yousufzai is well known as an activist for girls' education. >>> security is tight on indonesia's resort island of bali as survivors and victims' families mark 10 years since two deadly nightclub bombings. the explosions killed 202 people in 2002. more than 2,000 police officers and military personnel have been deployed to guard today's memorial services. that's because the government detected some possible terrorist activity. >>> 5:50 now. an american airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing because a bird got caught up in one of the engines. the boeing 737 was headed from chicago down to miami last night. it hit the bird right before it was about to land in miami. nobody was hurt, and the plane landed safely. >>> 5:51. the new iphone secretly tracking users. >> and it's not an easy fix. we'll show you the tricky way to change your settings on your phone. >> and she is famous for a terrifying skydive gone wrong. how a northern california grandmother is getting a new thrill on the racetrack. he little [ male announcer ] stop & go traffic. you
by the taliban. tens of thousands rallied in karachi today for malala yousufzai, shot on her way home from school five days ago. she remains in critical condition tonight but doctors say malala did breathe on her own today when they briefly removed her ventilator. yesterday she moved her limbs. the united arab emirates is sending a plane outfitted as an air ambulance if doctors send her abroad for treatment. >> relations between neighbors turkey and syria are growing more tense tonight with tur cotoday closing its airspace to all syrian aircraft. a human-rights group accuse the assad government of using cluster bombs in its fight against the rebels. those weapons are widely banned around the world because of the danger they pose to civilians. more than 32,000 people have been killed in syria since the revolt against bash ar assad erupted 19 months ago. still ahead on tonight's "cbs evening news", the shuttle endeavour's slow roll to its final home. pot proposition on the ballot, and not just for medical use. and nine months after the costa concordia ran aground, preparations to move the wreck. am
: that is malala yousufzai, who was riding the school bus yesterday when an armed man boarded, called her by name and shot her. she has had one bullet removed, still unconscious in a hospital. and the taliban has announced that they're going to target her again. >>> and back here at home, a dramatic twist in the case against tour de france winner lance armstrong. stripped of his titles for illegal substance use. today, a new report showed that 11 of the men who rode with him, his teammates, have come forward to testify that armstrong was at the center of the drug use, what's being called the most sophisticated doping program in the history of sport. nearly 1,000 pages of testimony, lab results, financial transactions showing not only did armstrong dope, but demanded his teammates dope, as well, they say. and supplied them with illegal substances. >>> and a warning tonight about the airbags in your car. the national highway traffic safety administration warning about counterfeit airbags installed by repair shops. they look like the real thing, but they're not. so, how do you know what's in your ca
will stop at one person. >> reporter: 14-year-old malala yousufzai was shot and nearly killed on her school bus, targeted by the taliban. her only crime, demanding the right for girls to go to school, something the taliban oppose. the attack has shaken the country, from ordinary pakistanis right to the highest levels of power. even the head of the country's powerful army visited her in the hospital, saying, "we refuse to bow before terror." this woman fights for women's rights. we spoke to her with malala's story on the front page of every newspaper in the country. how is it that a 14-year-old girl can capture the hearts of a country like this? >> because, i think, she represents our dreams. she represents what pakistani majority of people stand for. >> reporter: and tonight, as young malala fights for her life, a nation of adults and children are going to bed praying for their new hero. muhammad lila, abc news, islamabad. >> and malala said she wanted to be a doctor. >>> coming up, we'll tell you about a dangerous new hoax. s.w.a.t. teams, summoned by pranksters? raiding your home in the m
-old pakistani girl who was shot in the head by the taliban. foray, she was flown to a military hospital. malala yousufzai was famous for speaking out in support of education for girls. she was a celebrity, really. er schools why islamic ertremists stopped her school ans and shot her. candlelight marches were held in ion,stani cities. malala is in critical condition, but we're told that she's able to move her arms and legs slightly. risk fromay be at risk from the very ocean they call home. that's next. optimal health: s t your in every bottle you get the number one doctor and pharmacist recommended, most complete multivitamin backed by thirty years of science. try centrum® silver. visit centrum-dot-com for your three dollar coupon. that was me... the day i learned i had to start insulin for my type 2 diabetes. me... thinking my only option was the vial and syringe dad used. and me... discovering once-daily levemir® flexpen. flexpen® is prefilled. doesn't need refrigeration for up to 42 days. no drawing from a vial. dial the exact dose. inject by pushing a button. flexpen® is insulin deliver
for girls to get to go to school. today, across pakistan, it was a day of prayer for 14-year-old malala yousufzai. she is in satisfactory condition tonight, they say, and we have learned that several suspects are under arrest. they have not been identified yet, but the taliban was unrepentant, issuing a statement, saying, they had warned her not to speak out about going to school, the way western girls do. malala has been air lifted to a leading military hospital in pakistan for her own protection. >>> and now, back here at home, there is some wicked weather brewing as we head into the weekend. out west, the crushing triple digit heat has been replaced by hail. and there are random water spouts popping up on the horizon. as abc's meteorologist ginger zee tells us, tonight, the storms are marching east. >> reporter: thunderstorms and lightning lit up the sky in southern california. inside the storms, flooding rains and spectacular hail. >> it's pretty freaky weather down here. when we get a storm, we get it so quick and furious. >> reporter: up to two inches of rain fell in less than hal
of improvement. as doctors reduce the sedation for 14-year-old malala yousufzai, she was able to move her hands and feet. the taliban has claimed responsible for shooting the teenager in the head earlier this week. two other girs were also wounded in that same attack. yousufzai is an outspoken advocate for the rights of girls and women to be educated. >>> in other news of the world in pakistan, a bomb went off in a crowded area. it's not clear how many of the dead were in the office. the least 40 other people were wounded many of them children. in syria the assad regime announced that turkish plans are not longer allowed to fly over syria. tensions have been growing between syria and turkayey after a series of cross-border incidents. and wild video from norway. this is hendriksen attending a high jump. henriksen plunged over the 4,000' cliff and incredibly he survived, opening a parachute in the nick of time. he says he didn't realize how close he was to death until he watched the video of the stunt with his five children. he says it was then how he realized just how close he had come to leave
for specialized treatment. malala yousufzai was reportedly flown out of the country today in an air ambulance provided by the united arab emirates. it comes six days after she was attacked in pakistan by a gunman while riding home in a school van last tuesday. she was specifically targeted for her criticism of the taliban. over the weekend, tens of thousands of people rallied in support of the young activist. her condition has been stabilized but doctors say she will require intense therapy. last night, over 100 taliban militants attacked a police station where at least six policemen were kill. >>> arlen specter died yesterday at his philadelphia home from complications of cancer it was just two years ago that his long career in washington came to an end. an independent, sometimes controversial figure, specter battled gridlock in the senate for 30 years as a member of both parties. nbc's kelly o'donnell looks back on his life. >> reporter: from his days as a scrappy philadelphia prosecutor to decades as that rare washington moderate, arlen specter was always influential and irascible. >> i've
-old pakistani girl shot in the head by taliban is making a slow recovery in a british hospital. malala yousufzai was airlifted on monday to receive special treatment and from text her from a follow up attack. took towards are caution about her prognosis. >> she's not out of the wood yet. there's plenty that could go wrong. but at this stage we're optimistic that things are going in the right direction. >> several people have turned up at the hospital claiming to be relatives of the girl. but police say they apparently were just curiosity seekers. >>> straight ahead on your wednesday morning, weather and later shrinking the ipad. apple is expected to roll out a mini version of its wildly popular tablet. wildly popular tablet. severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and stop the damage with humira, adalimumab. for many adults with moderate to severe ra, humira is clinically proven to help relieve pain and stop joint damage. so you can treat more than just the pain. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, incl
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